|Name||Capisic Brook Trail|
|Summary||Capisic Park is a city-owned 18-acre nature preserve that affords fine views of Capisic Pond, Portland 's largest freshwater pond|
|Type||Day Hike - Out and Back|
|Distance (Total)||1.0 miles / 1.6 km|
|Hiking Season||- All Year Long|
|Things To See||- Ponds - Wetlands|
|Rating||Trail has not been rated.|
|Nearby Town||Portland, Maine, United States|
Capisic Park is a city-owned 18-acre nature preserve that affords fine views of Capisic Pond, Portland 's largest freshwater pond. Offers great birdwatching as well as ice skating in the winter. Open from dawn to dusk.
Moderately sloping dirt path through woods and fields from Macy Street (off Capisic Street ) to Lucas Street (off Brighton Avenue ). Several undeveloped side trails offer exploration of the pond and surrounding wetlands. Benches are provided along the trail.
Description courtesy of Portland Trails
To enter the park at the south end, park on the north side of Capisic Street by the bridge. Additional entrances are located at Rockland Avenue and Lucas Street.
|Latitude||43.6650854358 degrees / 43° 39.905' / 43° 39' 54.31"|
|Longitude||-70.3066635132 degrees / -70° 18.400' / -70° 18' 23.99"|